About the work:
Funeral in the South is a non-fiction poetic memoir and unapologetic account of family, faith, and culture. Food for the Soul. An internal search and reckoning for emotional survival and spiritual peace. For closure and healing. For Hope.
Funeral is Brown’s Dixie-based account of the Journey of Life and Love, Death and Deliverance, across generations from the swampy, tobacco roads of the Carolinas, to Nashville, the Grand Ole Opry and far beyond, returning for a final Homecoming halfway between Heaven and Hell. It's the Crossroads for the rescue and redemption of the Heart of a Child. It is the Gospel Truth of a lost dying culture and one family as well as one man’s rediscovery of its sacred self. It is reclamation of the Soul. An authentic southern tale of laying the past to rest. In your heart.
(Contains mature language, powerful spiritual imagery, the best Soul Food ever cooked, and the most Amazing Grace of all. Love.)